Hello. My avatar somewhat makes me look like a guy, but I don't care. I'm a vegetarian and I'm also agnostic. I'd love to argue with you about it. In a friendly and non-aggressive manner, of course.
I love acoustic folk music, Pokemon, Zelda and bad puns. A list of bad Pokemon puns set to an acoustic arrangement of the Zelda theme would pretty much make my life.
I sometimes come across as a giant ****. I'll put a blanket apology for assholeitude here.
I'm studying sciencey stuff at university. Sciencey stuff is my favourite kind of stuff.
A man is building a house and goes to the hardware store to buy supplies. "How much for three?" He asks the shop assistant. "Five dollars," the assistant replies "And for thirty-three?" "Ten dollars." "For three hundred and thirty three?" "Fifteen dollars." What was the man buying?
"If you were the other guard, which door would you say led to freedom?" The liar would say the wrong door, as he is lying about what the honest guard would say, and the honest guard would also say the wrong door as he is telling the truth about what the liar would say. So the prisoner would need to go through the opposite door to what the guard says.
I'm going to post this pre-emptively, before all the comments come in calling me a despicable human being and saying "what if it was your kid" et cetera. Maybe if I did have a child with a life-threatening disease I would feel differently, sure, but what the Make-A-Wish foundation does is essentially put the desires (not needs) of one child above the well-being of a population. Sure, the money from one trip to Disneyland won't cure cancer, but add up all the things that the foundation has done over the years and that's a lot of money that could have been used for research. With the amount of people who get pissed off about the cost of experiments like the Large Hadron Collider ("why aren't they curing CANCER with that money?" despite the fact that the scientists involved could no more cure cancer than the complainers themselves could), I'm surprised that more people don't complain about this.
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